Longevity conditioner for the wellbeing of all scalp and hair types. A versatile product that can be used pre- or post-shampoo according to the hair type and the desired conditioning effect. It nourishes, moisturises and stimulates scalp and hair, making the hair fibre healthy, compact and shiny without weighing it down.

Enriched with HAIR LONGEVITY COMPLEX that protects against the hair and scalp aging cause.
- Softness of hair +37%
- Shine of hair +29%
- Body of hair +29%
*Self-assessment test on 50 subjects, 28 days after constantly using RenewingShampoo, Conditioning Treatment and Serum Superactive

Parabens free

HOW TO USE:

Normal hair: apply after shampooing, leave on for 3-5 minutes, comb and rinse. Proceed to dry hair.
Fine hair: use it as pre-shampoo treatment for a light conditioning effect. Apply to scalp and damp hair, leave on for 3-5 minutes, then rinse and shampoo.
Normal to thick hair: for maximum conditioning results, apply as pre-shampoo treatment and leave on for 3-5 minutes. Proceed to rinse and shampoo. Apply the conditioner again, leaving on for 3-5 minutes before rinsing. Proceed to dry hair.

PRODUCT SIZES:

250 ml, 1000 ml, 60 ml

NATURAL ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:

  •  protects against the hair and scalp aging causes.
WHAT ARE THE AGING TRIGGERS?

Oxidative stress is a process triggered by free radicals, which form themselves and are self-fed with chain reactions upon exposure to pollutants, smoke, UV rays, stress and metabolic processes, thus damaging the molecular structures.

Glycation is an attack caused by an excess of sugar in the blood, altering the protein structures of the cell. This process is also responsible for the loss of elasticity.

Methylation is a beneficial modification to the DNA, protecting the sequence and preserving the correct replication. Faulty methylation leads to abnormal cell replication, resulting in ageing.

Inflammation is a common acute phenomenon in response to an attack on our body. When stimuli are continuous, inflammation tends to become chronic causing continuous cellular deterioration.